Purchase tickets before 2 December 2016 and get 200 THB off!
Early bird discount: 800 THB
After 2 December: 1000 THB
This holiday season; give the ultimate gift - a healthy planet.
Come celebrate the holidays with an afternoon of environmentally friendly tapas and cocktails at Sheepshank Public House!
- Low carbon (as in CO2, not carbs) food and drink
- Low carbon raffle
- Live music by Ped Bluesman
- Live art performance by Spanish street artist Sath
- Support a women-led carbon sequestration initiative in Nepal
The holidays are a particularly taxing time for our planet. Not only does a spike in travel contribute to a rise in greenhouse gas emissions, but large holiday feasts contribute as well. It is estimated that one third of global greenhouse gas emissions come from agriculture - particularly from resource intensive industries like beef and pork (staples of many holiday meals).
But, sharing a meal with family and friends is part of the holiday tradition - and no one wants to take that away. So, come celebrate the holidays with the satisfaction that your holiday celebration truly is spreading peace on earth.
Savor food and drink carefully crafted to have a low carbon footprint - think delicious bites like capsicum stuffed with job's tears, local cheese and tree basil.
Enjoy live music and watch artist Sath paint an eco-themed masterpiece while soaking up the beauty of the Chao Phraya River.
Enter the 'Low Carbon Raffle' to win eco-friendly gifts and a chance at winning Sath's painting.
The best part? The proceeds from the event will support RECOFTC's 'Trees & Bees, Please!' project - a women-led beekeeping and tree-planting initiative in Nepal. That means your holiday celebration will directly support carbon sequestration. In fact, the cost of one raffle ticket will cover the cost of planting 5 trees - which can absorb up to 240 pounds of carbon form the atmosphere each year!
Buy raffle tickets ahead of time by visiting this link bit.ly/treesandbees and clicking “Event Raffle Tickets” on the right hand side of the page
Learn more about RECOFTC – The Center for People and Forests’ ‘Trees & Bees, Please!’ campaign here: http://bit.ly/2fdwvvB